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July Brothers N Arms USPSA Pistol Match Results

Well, we finally caught a break with the weather!  The rain we received earlier in the week was not enough to ruin the range conditions and, while it was still a hot day, overcast skies and a decent breeze kept it very bearable.  We had 40 shooters in attendance to shoot five fast-paced stages, including a deceptively difficult classifier that seemed to give a lot of folks trouble (including me!).  Thanks to all of the outstanding help with setup and teardown, most everyone was finished up before noon.  We can’t tell you how much your efforts are appreciated!

Today’s “burn ’em down” type stages definitely favored the Open shooters, with the top four spots going to that division.  At the end of the day, however, there was one very clear winner.Bryan “Too Loose” Tullos was almost 8% ahead of the nearest competitor, putting him at number one both overall and in Open.  Jonathan Jones had a good day, taking fifth overall and first in PCC.  David Pape shot a great match and took the top spot in Limited, with Corey Mitchell not far behind him overall and winning the Carry Optics division.  Morgan Montgomery, who has lived in Hattiesburg for all of one week, had an impressive showing in Production and outpaced the nearest competitor by over 20%.  Welcome to the area, Morgan, looking forward to shooting with you again.  Full scores can be found on Practiscore by clicking here and on USPSA.org by clicking here.

There are a couple of announcements for next month.

First, August’s match will be a “Special All Classifier” match where we plan to have six classifier staged.  This will give new shooters a chance to get a classification all in one day.  If you’re an experienced shooter looking to get a classification in a new division, this is a great chance to do so without having to shoot six matches.

Second, if you are a current member of the Brother N Arms USPSA Chapter, your membership will be up for renewal next month.  If you’re not a member of the chapter, this is your chance to become one for the next 12 months.  Paying a $25 annual membership fee will reduce your match fee from $20 to $15.  If you’re going to shoot this match more than 5 times over the next year, it’s a no-brainer – just bring a total of $40 to next month’s match, $25 to join or renew and $15 for the match fee.

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